Texas A&M University offers several ways to finance and afford your education, such as federal student loans, scholarships, university loans, and more. For detailed information and guidelines, please refer to the Graduate/Professional section of the Scholarships & Financial Aid website.
The Texas Aggie Graduate Grant is a need-based grant (need is determined by Student Financial Aid) for graduate students who are Texas residents. Each student may receive up to $1,500 per semester, with a maximum of $3,000 per year. (DO NOT SEND THIS APPLICATION TO THE OFFICE OF GRADUATE STUDIES.) The 2011-2012 Application is now located on the Scholarships and Financial Aid website. Turn the completed form in to the Scholarships and Financial Aid office (located in the Pavilion, 2nd floor).
A printed brochure titled Financing Graduate Education is produced by the Scholarships & Financial Aid office.Scholarships & Financial Aid
The Pavilion 200, Spence Street
College Station, TX 77843-1252
Hours of operation: Monday – Friday (8 am – 5 pm CST)